"DAC is pleased to announce another successful conference, both in terms of the technical program quality, as well as in conference attendance," said Bryan Ackland, 39th DAC general chair and vice president of communications systems technology for Agere Systems. "Although the current economy played a role in attendance numbers this year, initial feedback from exhibiting companies and from conference attendees has been very positive regarding the quality of the show. In essence, it reaffirms that DAC is the must-attend annual event for the EDA industry."
Beginning June 18, many of the DAC program audio and visual presentations, including keynotes by Hajime Sasaki, chairman of the board of NEC Corp. and Jerry Fiddler, chairman and co-founder of Wind River Systems will be available at www.dac.com. This offering will give design engineers access to DAC information, online, year round. Next year's DAC will be held June 2-6, 2003 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, Calif.
DAC is the premier forum for the electronic design industry to exchange information on products, methodologies and processes. Attended by developers, designers, researchers, managers and engineers from leading electronics companies and universities around the world, DAC includes more than 200 exhibitors and offers a robust technical program covering the electronics industry's hottest trends. The conference is sponsored by the Association for Computing Machinery/Special Interest Group on Design Automation (ACM/SIGDA), the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers/Circuits and Systems Society (IEEE/CAS) and the Electronic Design Automation Consortium (EDA Consortium). For more information, including registration, visit the DAC Web site at www.dac.com, or contact DAC management at 1-800-321-4573.
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